A while back, I got to sit down with Vancouver’s Her Brothers, a trio of three brothers and got to talk about their music. They have a distinct sound, a lively, refined pop taking inspiration from a mix of styles...
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Proud to present Canada Music Week We believe that Canada Music week is am excellent way to bridge the music community between music educators, performers, composers, and music industry leader to create more a sense of a community regardless of...
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Strange title, wondering what I mean? Is this going a political driven blog? Nope! This is about party and personal branding behind the elections – things that probably effected your decision at the poll but you may or may not...
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This past summer when I was having dinner at my friends – The Bax Family – they introduced me to a wonderful young pianist and composer Fraser Jones. As a pianist, I don’t always like to listen to piano music...
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Recently on the dark tunnel that is YouTube, I discovered an artist who also had a single called “Secret Garden” — after listening/watching, I thought I’d would hit up Suzi Kory and find out more about her song and her...
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On Tuesday evening, I was able to attend RY X’s show at the Rio. I had never heard of him till his PR team approached me about covering the show and I heard it was sold out so thought I’d...
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We are proud to announce our summer day camps! And remember, we will still have private lessons at convenient morning and afternoon times in our air conditioned studio.   All programs will take place at our home studio or at...
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  It doesn’t seem that long ago (December 18th 2018 to be exact) that I wrote the mayor of Surrey a letter trying to convince him not to cancel the new arts centre. Sadly, the mayor did not answer me...
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This past evening — Saturday Feb 9th, we held our wonderful jazz fusion concert ‘Evening of Jazz” in Surrey’s historical St. Helen’s Anglican Church in the heart of Whalley. The concert was connected through the words of local actor Jason...
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Canada is huge country demographically. Did you know that British Columbia alone is bigger than the United Kingdom and so it often makes it difficult for artists to meet and collaborate? The great thing is that social media opens up...
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Can’t believe our concert is just around the corner. We are honoured to share the music of Adele Wilding, a multi-talented artist. She is best known for wining the Nina Simone Award in 2005. This is not a concert you...
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